Samsung Introduces UltraThin Touch of Color Photo Frame

May 25, 2009
SPF-87H

Samsung Electronics today announced the release of the SPF-87H Photo Frame. With a slim screen depth of 23 mm (.91 inches) and 1 GB of internal memory, the SPF-87H can store up to 3,000 photos, while being powered only by a USB cable. With an MSRP of only $129, the SPF-87H is now available Fry’s Electronics and Amazon.com.

“With the SPF-87H’s 1GB internal memory, people are no longer limited to the photos they can have because of space or cost and can now put years of memories right on their desks,” said J.H. Kim, President of Electronics America’s Information Technology Division.

For portability, the SPF-87H’s Ultra Slim and innovative ball hinge design allows it to be placed in any location. With its crystal-like charcoal Touch of Color (ToC) frame, the SPF-87H wide 8” screen offers 800x480 resolution and a 500:1 contrast ratio that makes electronic photos sharp and clear. An SD slot is available for downloading directly into the 87H’s internal 1GB memory.

In addition to running photo slide shows in a variety of formats, the SPF-87H can be linked to a computer and serve as a secondary mini-monitor. With its Power Saving feature, the photo frame runs on minimal power through its USB cable.

"The SPF-87H is a great gift idea. Unlike other photo frames on the market, the 87H turns heads when displayed in your home or office because of its slim design. Since the 87H follows the same ToC design of our TV’s and monitors, it creates a great synergy for Samsung Products," said Tony Yu, Display Product Manager at Samsung Electronics America’s Information Technology Division.

SPF-85H Photo Frame features:

• 1GB of Internal Memory (SD slot for expanded memory)
• 800x480 Resolution
• 500:1 Contrast Ratio
• Reduced power consumption - supplement by USB cable
• Touch of Color (ToC) design
• 9.29 in. x 6.28 in. x .91 in. - Ultra thin screen depth

Source: Samsung

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